By Sarathi Guha(03 Apr 2008)
Kanak a young unmarried lady, is made homeless by her sister-in-law. She leaves home for another shelter, but while waiting for a for train, a married lady requests her to hold her month old child for a few moments. That lady goes away and doesn’t return. Kanak loves the child so much that she takes his entire responsibility and moves to Haridwar. That unknown lady, had left a letter for Kanak, informing her that her husband’s name is Aditya Narayan Chowdhury, who is dead. The child’s name is Prabhu Narayan. Kanak calls Prabhu as Bablu. One day, an old man with an old lady comes to the dharmashala where Kanak works. The lady comes to know that Bablu is none other than her elder dead son Aditya’s own child Prabhu. Aditya left their home for a lady, Sulekha, who betrayed him, and he took his own life. They mistake Kanak for Sulekha and threat her to snatch Bablu form her. A helpless Kanak, agrees to give them Bablu, who is eight years old now. They come to Chowdhury’s house, which is actually a palace. Aditya’s mother, whom everyone calls Ranima introduces them to all the maids and servants, who call Kanak Bahuranee. Kanak starts to live here with Bablu. Aditya’s younger brother Dipendra Narayan decides to adopt Bablu, as he hates Sulekha aka Kanak very much. Kanak feels terrible hatred from mother and son, but cant leave because of Bablu. Suddenly, Sulekha dies in a hospital and Dipendra comes to know of everything. He starts to respect and admire Kanak. At the end, Dipendra and Kanak decide to marry for the sake for Bablu and ofcourse a sublime love.